# eBook Optimization of Human Cancer Radiotherapy (Lecture Notes in Biomathematics) download

## by George W. Swan

**ISBN:**0387108653

**Author:**George W. Swan

**Publisher:**Springer Verlag (February 1, 1982)

**Language:**English

**ePub:**1800 kb

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**Category:**Math Sciences

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Lecture Notes in Biomathematics. Optimization of Human Cancer Radiotherapy. The mathematical models in this book are concerned with a variety of approaches to the manner in which the clinical radiologic treatment of human neoplasms can be improved.

Lecture Notes in Biomathematics. These improvements comprise ways of delivering radiation to the malignan cies so as to create considerable damage to tumor cells while sparing neighboring normal tissues. There is no unique way of dealing with these improvements. Accord ingly, in this book a number of different presentations are given.

This book is a collection of current ideas concerned with the optimization of human cancer radiotherapy. It is hoped that readers will build on this collection and develop superior approaches for the understanding of the ways to improve therapy. The author owes a special debt of thanks to Kathy Prindle who breezed through the typing of this book with considerable dexterity.

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Swan, G. W. (1981) Optimization of Human Cancer Radiotherapy. Lecture Notes in Biomathematics 42, Springer-Verlag, Berlin. Swan, G. (1984) Applications of Optimal Control Theory in Biomedicine. Monographs and Textbooks in Pure and Applied Mathematics 81, Marcel Dekker, New York. (1990) Role of optimal control theory in cancer chemotherapy.

Swan, Optimization of Human Cancer Radiotherapy, Lecture Notes in Biomathematics vol. 42 (1981), Springer-Verlag, New York. emdash/-, Optimal control applications in the chemotherapy of multiple myeloma, IMA J. Math. S. Zietz, Modeling of cellular kinetics and optimal control theory in the series of cancer chemotherapy, Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Mathematics, University of California at Berkeley, 1977. Zietz and C. Nicolini, Mathematical approaches to optimization of cancer chemotherapy, Bull.

This book is a collection of current ideas concerned with the optimization of human cancer radiotherapy

This book is a collection of current ideas concerned with the optimization of human cancer radiotherapy. TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1. 1 Introduction 1 1. 2 History of Cancer and its Treatment by Radiotherapy 8 1. 3 Some Mathematical Models of Tumor Growth 12 1. 4 Spatial Distribution of the Radiation Dose 20 Chapter 2 SURVIVAL CURVES FROM STATISTICAL MODELS 24 2. 1 Introduction 24 2. 2 The Target Model 26 2. 3 Single-hit-to-kill.

This book is a collection of current ideas concerned with the optimization of human cancer radiotherapy

General Note: The mathematical models in this book are concerned with a variety of approaches to the manner in which the clinical radiologic treatment of human neoplasms can be improved. This book is a collection of current ideas concerned with the optimization of human cancer radiotherapy.

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